March 11, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Trustees not happy with architect fees

The Cherokee County School Board is balking at paying an architect $25,000 for design plans it might not use. More...

A BLUSTERY DAY

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LifeStyles

ANNIE’S MAILBOX Kathy Mitchell

and Marcy Sugar Man needsto grow up Dear Annie: More...

Talented youths perform Shakeapearean comedy

The Gaffney Youth Theatre takes on a real challenge in its first production of the year and the second show of the 2004 GLT season. More...

Sunnyside native will showcase talents in Music Sandwiched-In concert March 15

Tom Wheeler, a genuine native talent from the tiny crossroads community known as Sunnyside in Cherokee County, will be the featured artist at a Music Sandwiched-In concert on Tuesday, March 15, from 12:15-1 p.m. at the Cherokee County Public Library. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

John Ledford Blacksburg native CALLISON More...

Columns

Caught in the payday loan trap

There is a push in South Carolina to regulate those popular payday loan businesses that are popping up everywhere. More...

Our View

This is a major accomplishment

Of the 35 most successful college basketball coaches in the history of the game, only four have winning percentages better than .800. More...

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GROUND WORK FOR NEW CITY HALL

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Councilman unfazed by superintendent’s tax concerns

Cherokee County Councilman Bailey Humphries defended his proposed fee-in-lieu reduction for the school district Thursday from the superintendent who said it would cut much-needed funding from schools. More...

GHS students will attend honors camp

Gaffney High Air Force Junior ROTC cadets Derick Burgin and Josh Byars have been selected to attend an aerospace and technology honors camp this summer. More...

Local News

Danger of rabies hit close to home for Humane Society director

Humane Society of Cherokee County Director Libby Swad will be sending out fliers reminding people of the dangers of rabies and the importance of vaccinating their pets. More...

Narcotics unit makes bust, five arrested

Five men face charges after the Cherokee County Metro Narcotics Unit seized more than 100 pounds of marijuana Saturday. More...

Budget Truck coming to town

Gaffney will become a national test site on March 21, as the Sears store on Floyd Baker Boulevard begins operations as a center for Budget Truck Rental. More...

Sports

Indians climb to No. 2 in national poll

Gaffney has a sterling reputation in South Carolina, winning an unprecedented three straight Class 4A basketball championships. More...

Sarratt gives Indians shot in the arm

Gaffney took a step forward Wednesday with a much-needed victory at York. More...

Local talent ready to shine at all-star event in the arm

The Spartanburg County Touchdown/Tipoff Tri-County All-Star Game will have a distinctive Cherokee County flavor on Saturday. More...

Other News

Israeli troops kill Palestinian in raid

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip More...

15-year-old accuser faces Michael Jackson on stand

SANTA MARIA, Calif. More...

Senate approaches approval of bankruptcy legislation

WASHINGTON More...

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Poll

Sen. Harvey Peeler (R-Gaffney) sponsored a resolution Dec. 7 for the Senate Committee on Interstate Cooperation to study the potential impact of not recognizing Daylight Savings Time. Do you think DST should be abolished?